Snook fishing at it’s finest. Snook can be caught almost all year around in the Bay and surrounding estuaries. From December to the end of February it can be slow, however, they will often seek structures or be in the rivers. Trolling while using artificial or shrimp is the ticket.
Starting in the beginning of March is when it starts to unwind. Snook will start to move out of refuge from the winter. White bait start to show itself. Therefore, the fish moving out of the backcountry and coming down the river are starving.
Going into summer to late summer the best times to fish for Snook are generally in the morning or late afternoon. They can be caught at other times during the day, it just doesn’t seem to be as good.
Come Fall, which is very similar to Spring, the fish are getting fat for their cruise back to their winter hiding places.
Catching Snook is a lot of fun and I urge you to try to catch the “infamous” fish called Snook. From 20″ to 40″ plus, they are always a challenge.
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